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Oct 1, 2012 12:00am EDT
racking up record debts, to leave a note on david laws' desk saying, "there's no money left". but it's no joke for the most vulnerable in our society, the people labour claim to represent but let down the most. so let's take no more lectures about betrayal. it was labour who plunged us into austerity and it is we, the liberal democrats, who will get us out. [applause] it's easy to forget sometimes that the debate we're having in this country is playing out across our continent. it's a debate between those who understand how much the world has changed, and those who do not. and between those who understand the need to adapt to those changes, and those who baulk at the size of the challenge. and the fate of every european country -- ours included -- will depend on the outcome. in the coming years, some countries will get their own house in order. but some will not. those that do will continue to write their own budgets, set their own priorities and shape their own futures. but those that do not will find their right to self- determination withdrawn by the markets, and new rules impo
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